Denby High School - Navigator Yearbook (Detroit, MI)

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Edwin Denby N avi g a t 0 r FOREWORD For many years I have been among you, watch- ing you struggle with your education, trying to make this or that team, striving to win recognition in one way or another. I am the companion of the Spirit of Youth, lonely, when I am neglected, troubled, when you are uncertain, othertimes, happy when you have accomplished your feat, and gay because you are too, most of the time. I have known you as an individual, struggling to reach the peak of success. In the years that have passed, I've shared with you the things which make lite com- plete: hope, ioy and sorrow. Some of you have had very little to do with meg and yet, others have mastered me until I am their slave. When you were but a mere child, I urged you on, punished you, and sometimes spoiled you. Now today, this special day, when I finally have won a place in your life, I go about looking for more young people to fit me into their lives. By now you are wondering who I amp what right I have to talk to you in this way. I have all the right in the world, for I, I am the Spirit of Education. It is to me -the Spirit of Education that this "old-fashioned" issue of the NAVIGATOR is dedicated. SENIURS5 TR E. SGT Robert James Archer Ida Aretakis Mariory Jean Asher Carl Lynden Athey Opal Ray Ballou Jeanette Bandemer Gloria Rosalee Barnes Donald Wesley Bauer Douglas John Bauer Edward Philip Bayline James Begg Beverly Anne Bell Ronald Joseph Bell Mary Louise Bernucci William Charlton Blackaby Lois Carol Boeck Beatrice Jean Boening Kathleen H. Bowles Robert Alexander Breadon Rudi Henry Breuning .loan Frances Brozo Jacqueline Mary Bubnar Billie Marie Bushong Irene Elizabeth Campbell Betty Dolores Caruso Christine Carvunaris Alice Helen Chatterton Harry Joseph Chouinard Mary Christolis Dolores Marie Cichoracki Peter Salvator Cipriano Betty Jean Claerhout Edward Forrest Colbath Florence Louise Copeland Carolyn Pearl Cox Donald Crosby Joan D. Crowe James Glen Cunningham Madlyn Ann Cuomo Joseph Cusumanu Stella Rose Dachatl Virginia Dan Dorothy Ileen Darga Joan 'I"rese Davis Wilfred Dean Charles L. DeAngeIis Remi Raymond DeBlaere Nancy Kathleen Dehn Albert Frank deNlanigold Audrey Mae Detoyer Frank Dickenbrock Vincent J. DiGiantomasso Warren Edwin Dixon Wilma Jean Donahue Charlotte Ruth Doriath Ruth Eleanor Downey Derrell Alvin Drake Betty Jean Duquette Margaret Nora Easterly David Carl Eklund Alice Rita Emanuel .lohnny Lewis Eppers Albert Maurice Failer George Bradford Firestine John Fischer Muriel Charlotte Flarity Rosalie Marie Gasparra Beverly June Emma Geisler Eleanore Luyse Geldlaach June Solange Gerlein Donald George Ghazal Angela Norma Giampaolo Richard Eugene Gasnell Lois Marie Gosselin James Thamas Gaurlie Irene Winifred Gral Edward Buster Gray David Vansickel Gregg James L. Griftin Donald Martin Grove 8 Virginia Guriaclc John Albert Haas Aldyne Pearl Hagener Jacqueline Elinor Hanslon Leonard John Hardoin George Thomas Harkins Wilfred Richard Harm Joseph N. Harlmann Helen Louise Harimeyer Patricia Kay Harwood Gerald Frederick Heiden Elfreida Marie Heinrichs Sylvester Michael Hogan Carl Hopfner Elizabeth Jane Horton Shirley Ellen Hugo Delores Evelyn Hun! Bealrice Gloria Isaia Roland Fredrick Johnson John Andrew .luriga Arlene Clara Elsie Kane Ted Karry Donald Harry Kaufman Donald Kennefh Keller Erika Sini Dora Kelels Clive Arthur King Virginia Alicia Kirfon James John Klebba Barbara Mary Knighl' Carl Arlhur Koeppen Elizabeih Ann Kolar Donald Waller Kolosiek John James Koscielniak Richard Frederick Kraft William George Krebs George N. Krefx George Edward Krogul Marilyn Ann Krueger Gloria Prudence Krupa Neil Kenneih Kruse Kondan Lee Kuhlman Geraldine Lee Lamborn Shirley Jean Land Doris Lorene Lassiter John William Lenz Eleanor Marie Liclcteig Nick James Long Mariorie Ann Looker Mary Jane Looney Thelma Marie Lumley Maryiane Mach Donald Elwell Machemer Leo Donald Muck Iva Jean Madden Thomas Edwin Mahalfey Rena Amelia Maraldo Charley Markus Danna Maureen Martin Marilyn Elizabeth Marvin Gertrude Dorothy Materne Lewis Robert Mayer Virginia Ann McCracken Edward Robert Mcllroy Donna Lorraine Mclnally Richard Harrison McKenzie Joyce Delores McLeod Joyce Gladys McMurray Shirley May McQuade Russell A. Meunier Shirley June Miller Barbara Jean Morrison Dorothy Winifred Myers Isabell Mylenek Josephine Antonette Navarro William Fred Ossman Jean Palazzolo Alice Margaret Panin Mary Jane Parlett Anthony Allen Passarelli Dolores May Peters 'IO Doris Marie Pieper Audrey Jean Poupard Arthur Richard Priaulx Marie Probst Marilyn Ann Rapson Lois Jane Raven George Ronald Rentavich Gilbert Stuart Rice Shirley Jane Rin: Gerald Rischack Ann Esther Rocheleau Harold Frederick Roellig Leonard Henry Rose Marion Ross Richard Elsworlh Rowland Paul William Sarenius Beverley Lois Sarvis Dorothy Saurine Arthur Marion Scavone Don Fred Schaefer Don Ferdinand Schimmel Wanda Louise Schmidt Anton George Schmitt Ronald John Schneider James Francis Schoenherr lrmgard Schuler Edward Waller Schultz Harry George Sellars William Edward Sey Doris Jean Shoabridge Lillian Sigrist Betty Louise Sloan Robert Bruce Smillie Dorothy Virginia Snider Donald Howard Snyder louis J. Sosnawski John Harold Stelt Alfred Christ Steudle Lydia Margaret Stricker Gloria Jean Suhh if Floria May Taglione Francis Daniel Tarditf Mary Lou Tarien Marilyn Jeanne Taylor Charles Edward Terrill Leonard Earl Tewell Margaret Ada Thomas Vera Ruth Trueman Patricia Ann Urban Rabert Henry Vaight Peggy lou Volgstodt William D. Wallace Joseph William Walters Norman Paul Wang Carl Weinacker James Weitzmann Beulah Ruth Wenzlofl J. Stewart Westgate Mariorie Leanare Whitmore Elizabeth Wilhelm Beverly Ann Williams Lottie Mae Wilson Kenneth David Winkel Richard Howard Waicik Robert Harvey Wrathell Betty Mary Yatzeck Isabelle .lean Yeats Norman Alfred Young Robert Keith Young Ronald Carl Zabel John Paul Zalalocki Geraldine Mae Zeigler raduates In Absentia The following named students, now or recently in the combat forces of our country, have satisfied require- ments for a high school diploma and are graduated as of this class. James William Acker William Lee Acree John Daniel Baling Joseph Rodney Barak Arnold F. Bartolino Donald Walter Carter Kenneth James Davis Maurice Emil Deloof Harold Allen Gileczek Elbert Clark Green Andrew Albert Harteker, Jr. Jarvis Frederick Jones Gerald Jerome Karr Hugo Edward Lernke James Douglas Logan John Henry McCarthy Douglas Wilmot Mclean Rowland William Miechle William James Murray John Lee Newton Edward James Pelaquin Sidney Eugene Pfeflerle Norbert Ferdynand Pircer William Daniel Raven Charles Edward Roediger Peter Francis Scally Richard Frederick Starin William Jack Stewart Jackie Edward Tines Melvin John Weiss Edward J. Yagley, Jr. ight chool Graduates Nancy Lucille Haas James Bizelle Melton Richard Michael Schweninger Edward Leroy Tobian LL L-EN! 006-,. fa clay 1251 U ULQRVIN H Afa-rrq 0' A752 0,066-E0 nv 0""7fJ' app W fadlfifff-,Q 46 9,9 an iw 0 ffvey 4 005255 6'f7r2f 0-J' 01'-fs any 'V' J rw' P HM r nffwfv J H433 J' QL'-fm 1 , el Suzan Vice-Presidenf Kenneth Duncan Class Officers June 1948 Graduating Class r Serg Sunfis Don Duane Joseph Adams Herbert Eugene Adams Ronald G. Adams Albert Raymond Agnello Carolyn Mary Alandt Florence Ann Alder Marilyn Louise Alexy Dolores Kathleen Anderson Mary Jane Anderson Joseph Anthony Andriana Catherine Leona Andrxeiewski Edward Joseph Ann George William Anttila Dorian Ruth Arndt Ferol Art! Lois Bevry Backey Nancy Ann Bader Shirley June Baker Frank Edwin Barhier Leroy James Bauer Harvey Donald Bauerle Donald ll. Bauman Dolores Thelma Baul David Melvin Bayer Robert Thomas Beattie Robert Lawrence Bedore Joseph Camille Beel Bernadine Therese Beil Rosemaire Belcher Ralph John Belczynski Mary Lou Ann Belcoure Carole Joy Belding Robert Arlen Bergey Bevery June Berry Lillian Dolores Biggerstall Ernest Francis Bine Kennfhe James Bischoff Barbara Mae Blackburn Martha Ann Blanchard Gerald Paul Blaszkowski K L I ,SET Joyce Bobier Marion Johanna Boelte Dolores Dorothy Bohonus John Bollas Norma Jean Bortolin Helen Anne Bowen Jane Elizabeth Boyes Delbert Edward Bradow Leonard Francis Branch Joann Helen Bring Donna Mae Brock Helen Dorothy Broesomle Dorothy Elizabete Brommer Lorraine Mary Brouckaert Jesse Irwin Broughton Douglas John Brown June Leone Brown Margaret Katherine Brown Jacquelyn Joanne Bryant Geraldine Delores Bubnar Neva Sue Buckley Mary Margaret Budke Richard Raymond Butfa Helen Louise Buhl Dorothy Louise Bumbalough Waide Rizhard Bungard Betty Jane Burge Robert Eugene Burlingame Shirley Ann Burnell Robert James Bussenger Dorothy Christeen Calloway Dolores Joan Calvert John Joseph Camisa David l. Campbell Mary Amanda Campbell Olga Marie Cantalupo Robert Jerome Carion Margaret Mary Caroselll Eloise Catherine Carr Roger Eugene Carr 18 Vincenx Cataldo Marilyn Martha Cotaliha Betty Marie Catania Jane Alice Catlett b. Mary Ruth Cauiljll "X' V ,,1 Norman Thomas Cauley Lois Dorothy Cavanary June Laura Cllanner Peter James Chrenka Joseph Chudy Patrinella Valerie Ciske Dolores Jane Clark Edith May Clark Gerald George Clark Robert George Clark Theodore A. Cnudde Lois Arlene Cochran Alfredo Cole Eileen Joyce Compton Marilyn Cecilia Conley Patricia Arm Conley Patricia Ann Conover Anthony Frank Coppola Camille Phillippe Cordero Beatrice Emma Cornet Joe Ann Cornett Jean Helen Coslett Arlene Frances Coubrough Ruth Louise Courage Walter John Craivan Jean Anne Crews Alberta Maria Cronancler Violet Corrine Crowell Joanne Aileen Culp James Edward Curlett Frances Dorothy Dalmer Frederick Joseph Damrn Jouise J. D'Angelo Joan Ruth Daniels ,:,l,i J uv. 3 f,-W '-b...N 'f vis-.. x Q f -'ar 5' be 5 ,. 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Kenneth Duncan Thomas Adrian Dunham Theodore Clyde Dunn Frank Vincent Dwyer 20 John Laweranre Dyer-lvlurdon William Arthur Edem Ellen Eileen Eger llse Margaret Ehmer Charles Joseph Eleri John Alexander Ellis Henry Elsner, Jr. Gilbert John Engels Mark Andrew Engler Mary Ann Erberl Rose Marie Esposfi Howell lflofhnan Eurich Donald Jack Evens Dolores B. Evers Richard Stanley Fasciszewski Joy Anne Feasler William Perry Feeman Carole Isabelle Felici John Delbridge Ferguson Beverly Jean Ferris Leonard Julius Fisher Richard George Fisher Alberl Edwin Fleming Barbara Ann Flowers .lohn MacNeiI Ford June Eileen Foster Gloria Rulh Frahm Ronald Owen Frame Doris Marion Franz Dorothy Mae Frazier William Roberl Frisoska Gratia Carol Frollmader Gertrude Elsie Frohner Norinne Gabbana Clihon Harry Gablek Barbara Alison Galbraith Joann Lee Gannon Shirley Jean Garrison Joyce Leola Gales Joyce Ann Geniner 2 M X in .T ...Z 1 Zag w 1. .ff . ,, :" 'f' ' .,,.ff..: . . .Fl 'F ff W fl f if 951 fi ar 2 4,.,. 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Harris Yvonne Joan Harrison Catharine Mae Harsh Marian Christine Hartmeyer Robert Rudolph Haselhuhn Erwin John Haudek Irene Crystal Haupt Lorelei Evelyn Havens Calvin Haves 22 James Ernest Healy Arthur John Heidt, Jr. Jean Margaret Heinrich Eltrieda Martha Heinrichs Gerhard Paul Heinrichs Ruth Heinzelman Wilfred Heithecker Patricia Ruth Helliwell John Wesley Henclerson, Jr. Betty Louise Hendricks Martin Lloyd Henrich Beverly Jean Herbert Gloria Ann Hertel Robert Edwin Herz Sharon Sue Hickey Margaret Hanna Hilbers Chester Thomas Hill Christine Alma Hill J. Gilbert Hines Joyce Elizabeth Hiott Marion lris Hitchcock Shirley Lynne Hitchcock Clarence Earl Hoarcl Frances Ethel Hockey Johanna Elizabeth Holt Gertrude Amelia Hellman Melvin Hopkins, Jr. Eugene Hermann Horlacher Michael John Hornung Audrey Eugenia Houts Constance Mae Hudzik Jack Charles Hughes Grace Joan Hunter Marilyn Donna Huysken Barbara lrelancl Dean Roy Irish George Einar Jacobson Jacquelyn Elaine Jarchow Rudolph Jetzke, Jr. Ronald V. Johnson ,, Q, 6-4 .236 ,4 J, 'O' eb. wi J -if., , W l i'- 'lil' .aw gulls. . Q - .- .... ggi? ' 'H' W I, I., , 1 , if - M in if .15 -3 yi D 4 5 M' Virginia louise Johnson Robert George Joiner Norman Marke Kandow Mary Mathilde Kanellos Robert Nicholas Karl Ada Elizabeth Karvanen Steven Neil Kash Betty E. Kautz Robert Ira Keeler Irene Louise Keilholx Mary Doris Kekic William A. Kellstrom Diane Sally Kelmeyer Kathryn Ann Kenny Katherine Anna Marie Kerner Donna Jean Kinmond Alice Christina Klamp Richard George Klein Joseph Martin Klimaszewski Edward Daniel Klomp Marion Josephine Kluch Dolores Andrea Knapp Louis John Koehler Betty E. Koeppen Geraldine Ruth Koerber Raymond Albert Kosmack Ronald Anthony Kratz Fred Walter Kreger Rita Patricia Kreski Arthur Edward Krolikowski Heinz Gerhard Krone Harold James Krutsch Richard Kucharski Gerald Lawrence Kuisel Joan Marie Kunkemoeller Violet Florence Kushmit Mary Adeline LaBelle Thomas Alfred l.aBelle Donald Harvey Lakin Robert Roland Lambert 24 Charles Hamilton Land Lorraine Elmira Lang Mary Barbara Langer JoAnne Emily Langosch Georgianno D. Langworthy Ernest Richard Lapensee Alice Mae Lapitcki George Allen Laporte Sally Ann Larson Dolores Gloria Lawrence Mary Louise Leaverton Margarete Licht Fred George Lieb Patricia Daline Like Dwight William Lindstrom Janet Alice Lipke Beatrice lrma Loeser Richard Gilbert Loewen Harald Thompson Lootens Stewart Charles Lossing Edna Mae Love Geraldine Anne Loyal Anne Patricia Lumetta Robert Charles Luxon Barbara Elizabeth Mack Jean Marie Mockinder Elaine Mahor George Robert Malinovich Madeline Margaret Malkinson Elaine Alice Malow Robert Phillip Maloy Audrey Hazel Mann William Dale Maple Richard Blake Marlin .lohn Nelson Martel Suzanne Marie Martinez Arthur Kempf Martin Roger Joseph Martin Thomas Wright Martin Arthur Lee Martyn W I MF L Nm Donald Earl Martyn Donald John Mart: Gloria Jean Mason Patricia Jean Mason Robert Eugene Maunz Irwin Arthur Mauser Bernice F. May Margaret Theresa McCall John Joseph McCluskey Gary Joseph McDonald Virginia Eleanor McDonnell Put Mcilligott Barbara Jean McGowan Robert James McKernan Ileta May McManaman George Marty McManus Thomas Frances McNamara Richard G. Mehus Lois June Meneghin Anita Mengeringhausen Lucielle Joann Merlo Ronald Raymond Mertz Bill Paul Messina Matthew Vincent Messina Richard Francis Mette Mary Harriet Meyer Richard Allen Millie John Allen Miller Shirley C. Miller Margueritte June Mills Donald Arthur Misch Witold Jacob Miszcak Charlotte Martha Mitchell Leo Joseph Moceri John Albert Moffat Dominic Molinari Jeannette Eleanore Morgan Jacqueline Flo Mostiller William Donald Mott Helen Adelaide Mueller 26 Jean Lois Mull Lois Ann Murphy Russell Edward Murphy Louise Joyce Murray Marian Theresa Murray Wilma Marie Murzek Esther Louise Myers David Earl Nadeau Estel Leroy Neace Gerald William Neese Maurice E. Neil, Jr. Marvin Rudolph Nelsen Julia Eleanor Neuder Harvey Ernest Neumann Norval Charles Nicaise Dorothy Nichols Frederick Richard Nichols Lawrence Ernest Nischalke Eleanor Ida Norman Edward J. Novak Estelle Jane Obey Calvin Edward Olzem Dolores Beverly Osmulski Frederick Francis Ouellette George Roy Owers Gerald E. Pacholski Dorinne Lillian Pagel Dolores Papciak Marilyn Virginia Parker Patricia Louise Paton Jean Hall Patterson Norman Dale Paulsell Adeline Rose Peck Ralph Peck Margaret Jane Perry Robert Petro Dolores Mary Petrucci Arthur Peil June Frances Pimlott Eileen Charlotte Pincket .',. lg? X if x wh 5 Zigi' .Q ew H .if if iilt1 L rf 4 2 M., V V ' 4 im ii- , V V, I 3 .212 ., 1, in -51 5 "QR- I N, 2'4- lw Q , f -"s-" 'W - gig Y , , if 1 ,,,, ' wh .w -!', I I-,- Q .ii ...vl Q ' t- . r,. Z , M ., t 'E 'li' M zi' ,,, ' 5 ',,- wk Y 7 , 1 Fi, , Q gw . - , 1 ",,2 ,. E i ' ii :V.V ,ll. F v "' it .i.' a a t ,..,. 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Richardson Margaret Louise Riddell Katherine Florence Rider Norma Lenore Rimmell Theresa Gladys Mae Rivard Jean Marie Robertson James Kelsey Robison Maxine Ann Rocheleau Shirley Mae Rockwell 28 Ruth Edna Rode Hans Richard Raehl Richard Paul Rahrhack Lois Grace Rosenau Robert William Rawden James Harald Rudowski Mildred lorrain Ruehl Emily Joan Ruscialelli Shiela Florence Russell Patricia Dee Saile Dennis Jahn Sauer l'l. Warren Scate Dan Raymond Schalter William Edward Scherer Bernhart Benedict Schlachter Marvin Walter Schmekel Bertha Schmelxer Werner Herman Schoenknecht Richard Rahert Schaenraclc Dennis Patrick Schaltz Virginia Joyce Schaoks Mildred Julian Schreel Harald Elmer Schroeder Calvin Ray Schultz Irene Mae Schuster Jeanne Marion Schwerin Isabell Mary Scott Janice Elizebeth Scupine Hertha Seih Richard P. Sernka .loan Marie Sharp Barbara Anne Shaw Patricia Ann Sheridan Beverly June Sherman Melvin Ernest Sherman Edith June Shuttleworth Vita A. Simonte Jeanne Audrey Sinclair Marianne Singler Jean Marie Sinnaman 29 Nancy Ann Sipe Mabel Isabell Smart Belly June Smith Joyce Ann Smith Joyce Frances Smylie Maxine Soi Benny Solitro Margaret Mary Sommers Dorothea Spratt Kenneth Albert Springborn Joseph Slano John Richard Steiner Ernest Wilhelm Steudle Herman John Steudel Nelda Constance Stier Howard V. Storrie Betty Elaine Straehle Lois Elizabeth Streit Dolores Lorraine Strohbeck Delores Lydia Stroth William Randolph Sturgeon Jean Ellen Suttkus Frederick Hantly Taylor James Norman Thomas Shirley Mae Thomas Barbara June Thrasher Delmar Chester Towers Sherman Town, Jr. Robert Floyd Trainor Joyce May Tucker Patricia Ann Tucker Wallace James Tucker Rosella lola Tupy David Malcolm Tyler Janet Belle Ulrich Lester L. Useted Geraldine Ruth Utley Clifford Marshall VanBuskirk Lee Vandenberg Marian Lee Vandenbrouck 30 Archie A. VnnElslander Jack Leo Van lmpe June Rose Von Paucker Norma Sue Vaughan lucy Diann Vecellio John Fred Veith Virginia M. Verbeke-Coutoure Emma M. Vitale Richard Joseph Vogh Mary Ellen Vogt Regina Helene Wachtler Steven Joseph Wagner Clara Elaine Wagstaft James Walter Walker Joan M. Walsh Lawrence William Walter Elmo H. Walters, Jr. Robert Louis Wank Waldtraut Margaret Warwel Donald Humphrey Waterman Dorothy Ann Weber Marie Elsie Wedra Joanne Alma Wheeler Ruth Bridget Wheeler Nancy Agnes White Imogene Ruth Wielpuetz Gwendolyn Mae Wilcox .Geraldine Mae Williams Albert Joseph Wilson Floyd Earl Wilson, Jr. Phillip Calhoun Wingert Clifford Wilber Winkler Ronald Richard Winter Emma Marie Wise Gerald Francis Woicik Maxine Kiessling Wolfe Edwin Julian Woltl Joann Wolk Roll Curt Wunderlich Luis Ylzarronclo 3:51 ,, fav ZEA' Q ,, A"2 3 31 wi H F t row: Delores Yost, Dolores Lee Young, Joan Carol Zaph, R h d Leopold Zink, Arlene Lillian Zuelchg Second row: Roy Dav College or work will follow the seniors' graduation, and it will be up to them to "make the grade." They will be on their own and will have only a little knowledge of the un- certainties of life. Neverthe- less, they will be proud of one fact-that they are graduates of Edwin Denby High School. I 'B t 1 X,t.x-,K , v..-- ,IM -- A, f as eg WI XX 'Q Q Q25 'WP 1-1-rs KI! R 'X fag 4--'S f ,, HEI 'x "wa iw Z ,V 1., 'N ES - s e s Q "" 'f e + 'lll This page of the Navigator is dedicated to our Seniors. The Seniors, who, underneath the deep blue gown and flashing gold tassel, hold many fond memories of the school in which they have spent four years. Graduation has always been the acme of their ambition, and as it ap- proaches, their goal seems to reflect the ioys and sorrows of their high school days as a mirror reflects the sun. When they first entered Denby's halls, the thought of four years in high school seemed an eternity to their young and flighty minds, but now in retrospect the time has passed too fast and the world is beckoning with reaching fingers. These past four years are signposts along the way to success. Without their guidance, our Seniors would be lost in a world of meager opportunity. May the "S" in Senior stand for both SENIOR and SUCCESS, and may they both travel along life's road hand in hand. f .1 l f X 1 ,auf ' 138' ifvr. fffsll ' aj ,I elf 'lb r 1 'll ' 2 jj if JEAN uw sm,4Q,pun2e1,f. ETTE 3101112 Ky 11. aww my Hownm. 1-,mica Tnluniml Girl JOAN cam was IIB! B-UBKSON ZAPI' mm naming. 'I' Gm PM PMOS niustIuw11ige1rtBbN IIENRY Claw Wit DICK 'elETL'IE Mm Versuutu Boa UOYVIKLL FUI1K'H Most Yevsntiie Girl MARY IWLTUA ali'-E " cxw umm- DIEK me ,, any Us , . -1 L- V- , N ,A .. ,l BVS Chbvtiest Huy- xm nuwcfm gina, mam iz , vi A :wifi ,,..: V, pats ' Q.. 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Miller, Mariiane Looney, Jean Palazzolo, Gloria Mason, Bill Schindler, Second row: Calvin Hayes, Marianne Singler, Mary Jane Anderson, Phyllis Kitson, June Pimlott, Nick Long, .loan Ledu- man, Betty Burge, June Mills, Barbara Galbraith, Dean Fraelich, Leonard Fisher, Third row: Don DeVries, Edna Mae love, Christine Rose, Winona Wilson, Barbara Browning, Dorothy Nichols, Betty Kolar, Helen Elias, Marion Hartmeyer, Joan Evans, Virginia Paddock, Jae Swift, Fourth row: Alice Lapitclci, Marion Kluch, Clare McClanahan, Mary l.aBelle, Waldtraut Warwel, Joan Deary, Barbara Ream, Christine Hill, Mary Lau Bernucci, Nancy Meyer, Pat Helliwell, L0 Staff A long step from the newspapers of yesterday is our own LOG. The staff that gathers in the news and works until the paper is finally "put to bed" should be congratulated for its splendid efforts. In our old photograph albums we find tintypes of fifty years ago that may be a trifle yellow around the edges, but still they bring back tender memories and winsome smiles. After fifty more years, perhaps, we shall look back charitably upon the Navigator Staff who put together this special album of cherished thoughts and high school memories. Navigator Staff Editor . . . Associate Editor . Literary Editor . . Photographic Editor Advertising Editor . . Norine Gabbana Circulation Manager , . Jim Robinson . Richard Fasciszewski Associate Workers: Delores Day, Pete Crenka, . ' Shirley Miner Russell Edgerton, Pete. Waldmier, Betty Burge, Gary Graves, Bull Schindler, Joan - - - John lingo leduman and Barbara Galbriath . . Roger Carr Advisor . . ..... Mr. J. E. Logan From selling ducats for the latest Frankie Laine concert to raffling off lunches at the box social-the Sales Club can always be depended upon. Nat Pictured: Karin Aronen, Jim Baker, Louise Beckner, Juli- ette Beke, Joanne Bittern, Joyce Bundy, Madelyn Emling, Nancy Farnham, Joan Faynola, Janet Foley, Tom Frank, Patri- cia Gendron, lrmgard Goggerle, Richard Hansen, Corrine Haranzak, Mariorie Harkness, Monna Lu Harrison, Shirley Harthen, Sharon Helgeson, Beverly Herbert, Gloria Hockey, Patricia Husemann, Dolores luston, Gerald Jackson, Larry Jacobi, Ed Janiszewski, Kay Jersey, Janet Johnson, Ronald Kalalut, Mary Kay, Kathryn Kenny, Carol Kuhlman, Sharon Kyle, Beverly LePage, Nancy Lang, Janyth Lanier, Beverly Lannon, Suzanne Lawrence, Beverly Mann, Hester Marshall, Barbara Miller, June Mills, Daniel Molino, Bill Mott, Jacque- line Mutton, Harry Newcomer, David Ogilvie, Dan Osmycki, Virginia Pekar, Mariorie Perhai, Genevieve Petter, Stefan Path, Stanley Prapolnilr, Loretta Reis, Naomi Rogers, Frank Russo, Gloria Sanderson, Marilyn Sivil, Joan Sillman, John Smith, Myrtle Smith, Harry Sollars, Lorraine Stachecki, Mari- lyn Stieler, Don Swanson, Joan Switzer, Dolly Termini, Dolores Tyll, Nancy Urban, Joann Van Popering, Charlen Van Vliet, Norma Vaughan, Marie Wedra, Linda Welker, Arlene Wiley, lla Wiley, Lois Wilkinson, Justine Williams, Nancy Woodruff. 'im ur SALES CLUB-First row: Jacqueline Gary, Mrs. Pascoe, Helen Ryberg, Second row: Nancy Groesbeck, Marian Bollman, Helga Reuter, Gloria Hahn, Bar- bara Richardsonp Third row: Clement Quasarano, Ellen Lehmann, Sue Ann Briegel, Dave Vanover. MOTHERS' CLUB-First row: Mrs. Frank Haskell, Mrs. Raland Herschelmann, Mrs. Robert C. Hanson, Mrs. vern D. Gilson, Mrs. John S. Singler, Mrs. Kenneth Wright: Second row: Mrs. H. R. Houpt, Mrs. H. Askew, Mrs. Stuart Meakin, Miss Wolil, Mrs. B. F. Foote, Mrs. R. William Scherer: Third row: Mrs. Helen Kalkanis, Mrs. John Hallam, Mrs. Wm. Dunseith, Mrs. Russell Foster, Mrs. Wm. T. Hottrnan. haperones Remember the days when mother accompanied her shy daughter on shopping trips and ankles were covered by the hems of billowy skirts? The latter days are with us again, but now-a-days our modern mothers guide us firmly but leave many deci- sions up to their darling daughters. If you don't like to dance, why not lay down your hat with the detachable string and button and help serve coke and chips to your fellowmen who are tight- ing the battle of shins on the dance floor? That's part ot the Dance Committee's iob 1 and it s a sure thing you won't be a wall flower. DANCE COMMITTEE-First raw: Dolores DeLolla, Nancy Dehn, Bob Young, Robert Voight, Jerry Lamborn, Betty Fiddesg Second row: Tam Hanson, Ronald Jackson, Peggy Perry, Marianne Singler, June Mills, Gloria Gleiser, Howard Hurley, Jim Cunninghamp Third row: Joyce Delaney, Joyce Tucker, Tom Frank, Charlotte Mitchell, Pat Yaung Mothers' Club Do you remember that gala occasion when the Mothers' Club gave that unusual dance? Everyone came in blue ieans and plaid skirts, and the slop, slop of the saddle shoes and Ioafers echoed from one side of the gym to the other. The main event of the evening's fun was a bubble gum contest. Audrey Detroyer sur- vived the sticky mess and emerged victorious . . . and a little pink behind the ears. S' ,K lm - yi ,ff ' .B- W X Q' 1' A Oi' f lf, Q X: N , K.. 2,19 E Q p fi 37 . ' r s fi' ' fm, J '27 A ', J WA , All ,- gg , Z: , ' lx E 5254 V4 v v x Q ' , STUDENT COUNCIL-First row: Harold Schroeder, Shirley Land, Frank Higgins, Bruno Boelster, Marianne Singler, Nick Long, Charles Paetzke, Mary Preda, Jimmie Beran, Violet Voikos. Second row: Bob Griffin, Dolly Sakowski, John Slack, Pauline Schmidt, Ernest Wagner, Joyce Bundy, Norman S. Wheeler, Marleen Bodenhagen, Jack Hughes, Dawn Ballow, Frank Zyburn, Sally Miller, Thomas Brooks: Third row: Marilyn Hertel, June Mills, Shirley Frisoska, Donna Reid, Pat Sine, Phil Germaine, Mary Sundling, Jack Stelt, Sali White, Donald Panzer, Dolores O'Neill, Ted Dunn, Lois Caluwe, Joan Evans, Lorna Hickey, Jackie Hanstan. INTRA-METROPOLITAN STUDENTS SPORTSMANSHIP COUNCIL-First row: Norm Wang, Joyce Murray, Nick Long, Helen Elias, Jim Gritiin, Harry Selars, Second row: Bruno Boelster, Bill Lenz, Mary Preda, Barbara DeWitt, Jae Beel, Mr. Wolf. SERVICE CLUB-First row: Jack Engelman, Marian Wilkinson, George Hadden, Marilyn Girard, David Bayer, Mary Lois Green, Raymond Knockeart, Mary Ann Bork, Albert Daniels, Nancy Steady, Second row: Suzanne Davies, John Moffat, Eleanor Hotia, Celia B. Crottie, Beverly BoBo, Dolores Crews, Pat Difiore, Frances Holm, Theresa Block, Arlene Robinson, Beverlee Bell, Don Krussman, Anne Fialag Third row: Arthur Zillgitt, Clen- dora Shulnburg, Barbara Amos, Mary Bnrowitz, Madlyn Cuomo, Jean Glanert, Donald Vogel, George Johe, Nancy Bruck, Vernita Bell, Delene Burgess, Beverly Swinton, Ardith Eilola, Basil Considineg Fourth row: Ted Tonkoshkur, Phylis Campbell, Pat Gendron, Sally Floethe, Connie Heinz, James Vizu, Dale Hemmingsen, Margaret Bisinger, Betty Cherry, Geraldine Thoms, Betty Statzula, Shirley Erickson, Richard Fasciszewski, Miss Becker, Fifth row: Henry Eddy, Jim Dunlap, Lottie Mae Wilson, Robert Jankow, Gwendolyn Wilcox, Marion Spaunburg, Mary Grisson, Margaret Flood, Elaine Maas, Frank Higgins, Monte Barnes, Jack Schulz, Marietta Christofis, Garriett Montgomery, Connie Hubbard, Frank Ferrari, George Kopp, Robert Bloch, Sixth row: Betty Lou Dettenau, Joanne Sherman, Cecily Sweeney, Lucy Vecellio, Dorothy Harvey, Camille Schoott, Allison Hope, Ken Sptringborn, Alan Helquist, Art Scavone, Carolyn Zintel, Nora Braem, Mary Ann Pordon, Grace Sessink, Kay Conachen, Ruth Buechler, Florence Ciarelli. Although guiding the activities of a student body is a mammoth responsibility, the Service Club and the Councils have been fighting a winning battle. ORCHESTRA-First row: Elaine Frank, Lorraine Dakin, T. Froslicl, Wal- trout Warwel, Phil Wendel, Norm Holiley, Second row: Rex Ciavolo, Edwin Heupel, Barbara Ann Bailey, Hans Roehl, Rose Mary Winter, Cindy Palmer: Third raw: Roger Nelson, Rosetta Russo, Marilyn Jeup, Pat Gramacci, Duane Adams, Ruth Hinden, Christine Carvunaris, Vera Trueman, June Ramsey, Evelyn Hines, Miss Aber, Fourth row: Ted Piascik, William Kellstram, Thomas Keller, Jim Wilson, Art Albrecht, Pat Saile, Fred Ouellette, Eddie Novak, Catherine Coyeos, Barbara Rathburn, Connie Raether: Fifth row: Dick Bushey, Betty Jena Hasse, Joyce Smith, Dave Vanover, Joe Carolon, Pat Sheridan, Walt Howard, Jack Marschner, Dale Hemmingsen, Lea Rengers, Margaret Ewert. "A" BAND-First row: Ted Pracicla, larry Midano, George Lombardi, Connie Raether, Johanna Kilgus, Ruth Hinclen, lngeborg Mai, Shirley Rockwell, Mike Pesamoske, Edward Novak, Duane Adams, Pat Saile, Coral Hamp, Barbara Allen, Second row: Raymond Cimarosti, Howard Storrie, Robert Hartley, Parry Sheridon, Walter Read, Richard Pak' refky, Bill Schindler, Cal Caldwell, Harvey Neumann, Phil Germaine, Mary Jane Anderson, Maxine Wolfe, Raymond Costantini, Jim Randle, Third row: Joe Carolan, Hugh Mclntyre, Jae Close, Clement Quasa- rana, lvar Dahlof, Walter Howard, Charles Catteneo, Charles Rein, Don Goodrich, Donald Fridlund, Don Reid, Richard Zink, Bill Kell- strom, Dennis Sauer, Fourth raw: Gerald Harris, Jim labdell, Arthur Albrecht, Dave Vanover, Dick Shrumm, Bill Marrs, Joyce Smith, Bar- bara lreland, Alan Helquist, George Schreiner, Edwin Heupel, Gor- don Stank, Paul Stocks, Dan Midgleyp Fifth row: Ken Winkel, Jae Klimaszewski, Gerald Neese, Carl Husso, Ray Collins. These musically-minded students have made , Denby realize the merits of good music. Under the able direction ot Mr. Armstrong and Miss Aber they have developed into one of the finest groups in the city. We all thank them. STRING ENSEMBLE - Marilyn Jeup, Marilyn Raddat1, Connie Raether, Hans Roehl, Waldtraut Warwel. 44 ' Wil if 5 liii. llgiiy' BOYS' VOCAL ENSEMBLE-Bill Sturgeon, Don Hart, Del Towers, Ray Wegner. GIRLS' ENSEMBLE-First row: Mary Preda, Katherine Rider, Joyce Babier, Maureen Brennan, Mary Budke, Shirley Squires, Julia Neuderg Second row: Peggy Perry, Mariiane Looney, Barbara Knight, Dorothy Nichols, Joan Zapf, Lois Hageman, Third row: Nancy Meyer, Barbara Reom, Josephine Navarro. SENIOR BOYS' GLEE-First row: Paul Ehmer, Neil Kruse, Rick McKenzie, Victor Grigg, Charles Kleinow, Lloyd Hartmann, Del Towers, Ray Wegner, Yony Passarelli, Dennis Schultz, Joe Wal- ters, Jim Kirlrenmeyerp Second row: Kaye Mundt, Clarence Schan- kin, Clair Woomer, Fred Lieb, James Troe, Robert Wentz, Ronald Kammer, Rama Salerno, Bob Lowery, Philip Willson, Lee Vanden, laerg, Ray Schneider, Ronald Harris, Chester Hill, Leonard Lemlrep Third row: Ronald Frame, Jim Haclsall, Thomas McDonald, Edward loclc, Dick Mebus, Howell Eurich, Harold Sawusch, Bill Feeman, 'I a kv ,ik X A Louis Sosnawski, Bill Scholoz, Bob Herz, Wilfred Harm, Louis Vit- toless, Don Hart, Ray Hanser. SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE-First row: Joan Engleman, Jeannette Mor- gan, Carolyn Stewart, Connie Raether, Mary Myler, Maureen Brennan, Joyce Bobier, Lois Hageman, Mary Navarro, Emily Rus- ciolelli, Dolores Metcalfe, Betty Durquette, Lorraine Sultzaberger, Doris Shoobriclge, Second row: Helen Elias, Mary Ann Miller, Marianne Thompson, Dorothy Hutchinson, Ruth Hinden, Dolores Kluza, Pat McRobert, Nancy Meyer, Joanne Dollar, Marilyn Blatche ford, Shirley Squires, Lanoma White, Jean Depriest, Ann Vivonag Third row: Betty Kautz, Gloria Dean Bowles, Wilma Murzek, Dor- othy Snider, Shirley McCall, Dolores Cichoraclri, Eleanor Norman, Jean Patterson, Lorraine Brouckaert, Lois Seurynck, Marilyn Rap- san, Mary Preda, Katherine Rider, Metta Vanlttersump Fourth row: Barbara Knight, Dorothy Nichols, Joanne Culp, Mary Lynchey, Rosalie Gasparro, Wilma Riggs, Imogene Wielpuetz, Joan Zaph, Peggy Perry, Josephine Navarro, Doris Lassiter, Opal Ballou, Bar- bara Morrison, Dorothy Frazier, Shirley Land. PAN-AMERICAN CLUB-First row: Alex Wood, Ronald Linto, Dan Eubanks, Anita Mengeringhausen, Bernice May, Mel Hopkins, Pete Cook, Lee Reeve, Don Bauman, Jim Richardson, Betty Kautz, Steve Wagner, Mel Tosch, Marion Hitchcock, Frances Caruso, Peggy Boll- man, Helen Frey, Jean Palauolo: Second row: Raymond Fischer, Louise Beckner, Martha Callender, Ina Osborne, Betty Freigruber, Pat McCaughan, Delores Volpe, Joan Brozo, Hope Harney, Edna La Flevr, Irene Ghini, Marian Geisler, Joan Evans, Doris Pieper, Marion Ruprecht, Flo Copeland, Carolyn Cox, Mary Lou Burton, Third row: Miss Bielenberg, Reno Moraldo, June O'DonneII, Irene Lyeuski, Jo- anne Bald, Beverly Berry, Lois Boeck, Joan Dreary, June Douthit, Mary Thompson, Lydia Stricker, Pot Cheridon, Florence Rea, Joyce Moe Kellar, Winona Pickering, Fourth row: Muriel Haley, Pat Put- nam, Loretta Auguliara, Hedy Zettler, Roger Dingman, Sylvester Hogan, Gus Nellas, Jim Griiiin, William Blachal, Rudi Breuning, Arne Gustafson, Marian Murray, Margie Lakin, Fifth row: Carl Hood, Jim Healy, James Keenan, Leo Algero, Bill Edem, Fred Damm, Stanley Stynes, Ray Hanser, Wilfred Dean: Sixth row: Jim Hadsall, Jack Elert, Donald Kolosick, John Haas, Gerald Woicik, Richard Schoen- rock, Lawrence Nischolke, Joe Klimaszewski, Howard Hurley, Leonard Landow, Bill Krebs, Ray Kosmack, Don Minchella, Richard Boutin, Ed Arme, Walter Craivan, Don Gallina, Marvin Poelke. DANCE CLUB-First row: Suzanne Martinez, Sherwood Clifiord, Nancy Dehn, Roy Davis, Dolores Delolla, George Holmes, Mrs. Hoge, Second row: John Moffat, Joanne Malisse, Harold Lootens, Lois Bockey, Luis Ybarrondo, Jane Boyes, Clement Quasanrono, Jeanette Maiorg Third row: Fred Ouellette, Virginia McDonnell, Marvin Ott, Lorraine Guz- owski, Nick Long, Shirley Hitchcock, Frank Andre, Imogene Wiel- puetz, Sherman Town: Fourth row: Del Bradow, Charlotte Doriath, Margie Hilbers, Joyce Smylie, Pot Helliwell, John Ellis, Doris Heyn, Lois Franklin, Peggy Perry, Lois Griessel, Carl Koeppen. Our Pan-American Club is always eager to learn the different customs of our neighbors to the south: and they don't have to know the language! They celebrate Fiesta Days and holidays in the same fashion as our Latin neighbors and enioy it like true Latins do. Fashions in tripping the light fantastic have changed since the Gay Nineties, but, from the Big Apple to the Double Twinkle, the Dance Club can cut each caper with accuracy. 46 bert Dick Linville, Mike Harnung, William Sass, Bill Scherer, Denb Cade S These are the boys who make your heart pound with pride when you see them cut a sharp corner on the drill field. They helped their school by usher- ing at school functions and they also take charge of clothes and paper collections. In their neat, trim uniforms, they are a credit to Denby. On the evening of the annual Military Ball, the handsome beaus ask their gilded ladies and together glide across the polished floor in the uniform military manner with the strains of music playing softly in the background. ' A Yi 1 Eff l, x First row: Bob Young, Jim Rudowski, John Veith, Sgt. E. V. Care roll, Gerald Heiden, Andrew Quartuccio, Peter Ciprianop Second row: Bob O'Brien, Joe Daniels, John Rasschaert, Ray Costan- tini, Chuck Dawson, Jim Callahan, Nelson F. Peitz, Arthur Him- schoot, Charles Miner, Ronald Kratz, Douglas Lieb, Robert Wim- mer, Gordon Peck, Neil Kruse, Frank Andre, Don Lakin, Jae Clemente, Lloyd Hartmann: Third row: Don Wilkinson, Charles Pierce, Terry Plescow, Eugene Renshow, Albert Harvey, Richard Coffman, Arthur Verchnocke, Harold Neuman, Fred Mensching, Emil Mortier, Murray MacNab, Richard Kay, Ronnie Moore, Don- ald Bashaw, Bill Schultzp Fourth row: Robert Petwo, Norm Brown, Ray Collins, Frank Wolshnn, Henry Elsner, Leslie Her- Arthur Fasse, Wes Spencer, Bill Feeman, Fifth row: Russell Klix, Joe Michel, Richard Orzechowski, Bob Askew, George Kopp, Norman Marshall, Calvin Schultz, Stuart Ruppel, Anthony Cop- pola, Ray Kwan, Victor Grigg, Walter Howard, Karl John, Jim Anderson, LeRoy Van Houzen, Maurice Neil, Dick Whitesidep Sixth row: George Litinas, Jim Adams, Elmer Drew, Donald Kussner, Hays Wiltshire, Herbert Harm, Jordan Kushnier, Gerry Kittredge, Bob Randall, Ken Springborn, Bob Miller, James Viou, Ben Hexham, Ray Brolh, Edmund Pieszezachowicz, Chuck Mc- Gillp Seventh row: Harold Wetzel, Don Grenwick, Frank Minisci, Robin Robbins, Richard Atnip, Daniel Varin, Arthur Harriote, Thomas Potvin, Chuck McGlinnen, and James Winn. KF Q 115, sg E hh qv if 3,2 MN , A..,. ,.n.,,M....Q STAGE CREW-Firsf row: Ken Block, Richard Rohrbach, Derrell Drake, Roger Block, Pele Waldmeir, Bob Gillies, J D niels, Ronnie Moore, George Demelrios, Jim T. Fuqua. Rich LaBuhnp Second row: Thomas McDonald, John Donahue, oe a . .. , , MNAMM an i - f PSYCHOLOGY CLUB-Firsi row: Emily Woadruh, Barbara Sheppard, Ann Black, Jim Baker, Karin Aronen June Bertrand, Margarei Kromaihg Second row: Allan Bennell, Gloria Schepke, James Wilson, Karl John John Slack, Arnold Sfein. , ...... .M..r...........- l M rrie Kekic Theresa Rivar Margaret Knosl, Madlyn Cuamo, LIBRARY CLUB-Firsf row: Mariorie Whitmore, e , , Jackie Cutler, Palricia Young, Elaine Wagsialf, Mary Lau Bernuccip Second row: Belly Jane Knulh, Dolores Foster, Sally Semeyn, lrene Traskie, Beverly Eago, Audrene Tvack, Ardiih Morrow, Dolores Rivard, Doris Pieperg Third raw: Grage Wiegman, Pai Mclloberl, Evelyn Apel, Beverlee Bell, Violet Kushmit, Elaine Miela, ' h k J an Audretsch, June Van Poucker, B N Bur e, Nana Duheyy Fourlh row: Emma Wise, Beverly Sc oo s, e 9 Y 9 Kalhleen Hoefi, Mary lou Belcourre, Grace Zasa, Eleanor Downey. Studious Students CHRYSLER CO-OP GROUP B-First row: W. Thompson, Frank Scott, Earl Schick, Joseph Handel, Ted Stewart, Frank Berndt, Bob Elvidge, Art Fishery Second raw: Bill Spencer, Wally Kocian, Don Klasterman, Don Lanoye, John Marcaecro, Richard Kluge, R. Nawiclci, Don Van de Vuurst, Third row: Al Bartach, Dick Schwanke, Jim Devolder, Dick Fisher, Hans Klein, Joseph ---. CHRYSLER CO-OP GROUPS l AND 2-First row: Lois Cavernary, Ann Marie Kerner, Irene Haupt, Geraldine Loyal, Margaret Caroselli, Arlene Zuelch, Leona Day, Second row: Millicent Reife, Constance Darke, Marion Vandenbrouck, Reginia Wachtler, Mildred Ruehl, Dolores Gargas, Rosemary Belcher, June Channerp Third row: Mary Anne Erbert, Dolores Yost, Shirley Drew, Helen Hartmeyer, Patricia Conover, Evelyn Dettlotf, Marianne Pravencher. CHRYSLER CO-OP BOYS' GROUP CAD-First row: Wilfred Charland, George Jacobson, Werner Schoenknecht, Charles Elert, Joseph Steno, Second raw: Louis Koeler, Richard Kucharski, Fred Nichols, Ernest Steudle, Thomas Rose, William Messina, Mr. Thompson: Third row: Norman Paulsell, Norman Duhaime, Harvey Bauerla, Floyd Wilson, Robert Bedare, Norman Kandow, Arthur Raglin. The retailing field includes many things, from buying and selling down to decorating windows and showcases. The students who go to school on the retailing co-op plan obtain experience in every field of retailing and file it away for future use in their own careers. These are the students who ride the tandem bikes. They are used to working two weeks and studying two weeks-so the change is accomplished with ease. The co-op students gain their work experience while attending school. .lust as the little gay nineties girl learned her "ABC's" at her mother's knee while sewing on her sampler, these boys and girls learn the intricate mech- anisms of business and factory procedure and go to school at the same time. RETAILING CO-OP CGroup IJ-First row: George Anttila, Kather- ine Mendler, Jim Thomas, Adeline Peck, Robert Joiner, Second row: Virginia Declark, Margaret Brown, Mildred Schreel, Nancy Ray, Helen Bowen, Mary Meyer, Carolyn Alandtg Third row: Jean Mull, Pat Like, Maxine Reiche, Rosello Tupy, Jacquelyn Jarchow, Darian Arndt, Dee Day. RETAILING CO-OP fGroup llj-First row: Lorelei Havens, Roberta Gross, Patrinella Ciske, Edward Bolen, Mary Wharrie, Ed Guten- schwager, Shirley Thomas, Emma Vitale, Second row: Beverly Sherman, Doris Thompson, Geraldine Koerber, Ruth Heixzelman, Janice Scupine, Beverly Rexin, Joanne Langosch, Third raw: Jean Mackinder, Nancy White, Marvin Gunn, Shirley Prebee, Virginia Verbelre, Joanne Wheeler, Ruth Mackee, Irene Schuster. MODELS' CLUB iAr.lvancedl-First row: Dolores Bohonus, Virginia Paddock, Betty Kautz, Joan Evans, Mariorie Malone, Mary Pit- man, Janie Robertson, Pat MacGregorp Second row: Dolores Volpe, Jean Palauolo, Charlene Van Vliet, Barbara Gorman, Dolores Metcalfe, Madeline Mallcinson, Violet Voikos, Suzanne Martinez, Beverly Tilaclmp Third row: Helen Elias, Wilma Murzeli, Pat Sine, Lois Ann Berry, Alberta Cronander, Joyce Tucker, Joan Deory, Palrcia Paton, Arlene Coubrough, Pat McCaughan, Joan Keck, Dolores Bout, Mary Wharrie. MODELS' CLUB fBeginnersJ-First row: Bernice May, Anita Meng- erinhausen, Barbara McGowan, Phyllis Campbell, Gloria Jean Clyma, Betty Koeppen, Lynee Behlow, Phyllis Plappert, Bernice Dohranp Second row: Bonnie Semrau, Carole McLeod, Marion Spaunburg, Gayle Oatley, Beverly Lonnon, June Behrens, Joan Switzer, Peggy Chambers, Deena Messena, Marguerite Greenlee: Third row: .lant Lipke, Brunhilda Roesch, .lune Miller, Nila O'Far- rell, Nancy Herschelmann, Nina Ensley, Mary Stewart, Katherine Cannauaro, Joan Brozo, Lucy Reap Fourth row: Marcia Meyers, Delores Schroeder, Nora Braem, Claudette Peppler, Margaret Ewert, Carolyn Radtke, Louise Bisinger, Janice Fread, Gloria Scheplle, Josephine Weitzmann. Gib on Girl These are the girls with the knowledge of the latest fashions. What to wear with the newest "hour- glass figure" was one of the problems faced by the Models' Club in this year of "the new look." :ll S You will often see one of the models at "K refusing her third coke because these attractive young ladies must keep the figure that accents the right lines in these new and up-to-date fashions. One or two extra malteds or cokes would make an 18-inch waistline a 20-inch one in less time than it takes to say "23 skiddoo." if 615 " Wlj V14 ,Q 9 IQ Q74 Q' I F5 A 5, Q A - :Alt V I X Xxx ,' ,ref S 2 F S P L.-f if f' ' 'I rf:-f . V50 M xif:-,',' f , ,f The Sports Announcing staff was newly organized this year to broadcast the technical details of the indoor and outdoor events in sports. It has developed a thriving member- ship and their voices will thrill us when we hear them give the results of the games. The Denby On The Air Club has a member- ship role upon which the names of the students who have broadcasted over "live" radio shows are written. These may be our commercial radio stars of the future. 54 CLUB LEADERS-Mary l.ou Burton, Jim Rock, Fla Copeland, Bar- bara Zenz, Howell Eurich, Shirley Rockwell, Bob Randall, lrene Haupt, Announcing staff: Louise Beckner, Put Ranson, JoAnn Vesco, Bill Maple, Irene Roy, Camille Schoofl, Dolores Meyers, Margie Vogel, Shiela Russell, Technicians: Mrs. V. B. Plielier, Marguerite Buckley, Bob Gillies, John Donahue, Max Glam, Mr. La Buhn, Don Dueweke, Chuck Dawson: Sports announcing: Jim Griffin, Ed Dietz, Nick Long, Bob Penny, Pete Waldmeir, Joe Walters, Bill Heithecker, Del Towers, Al Gliwa. RADIO PLAYERS-First row: Carol Kuhlman, Johana Vander- haegen, Diana Stavros, Arthur Follows, Irene Haupt, Delores Stevens, Barbara Wisniewskif Second row: Richard Goldie, Fred Junker, Pat Murphy, Constance Calliea, Margie Vogel, Dolores Meyer, Ken Zablocki, Ken Wagner, Third row: Jack Grenard, Chuck Witaker, Joanne Hines, Rose Marie Hauler, Julie O'liva, June Walters, Betty Jane Gruse, David A. Osynch, Thomas Pot- vinp Fourth row: Elaine Frank, Janet Liebald, Helene Seib, Audrey Schivanki, Anne Hardy, Robert Reilly, Wellcom Wedell, Dorothy Erdman, Jane Schuster, Ruth Voith, Dolly Sakowski. JR. TOWN MEETING-Jeanelfe Charbonneau, Conrad Mason, Margueriie Buckley, Roger Carr, Barbara Zenz, Henry Elsner, Mrs. Phieffer, Arnold Siein, VANGUARDS-First row: Margrefhe Rasiverssen, Arnold Stein, Pairicia Ronson, Doris Young, Eric Prellwiiz, Marilyn Goodman, Shiela Russell, Anlhony Campo, Louise Beckner, Ronnie Jackson, Second row: Ja Ann Vesco, Bob Gillies, Margaret Griffith, Del Towers, Marguerite Buckley, Nick Long, Delores Metcalfe, Deon Fraehlick, Doroihy Heck: Third row: Bill Maple, Helen Elias, Leonard Fisher, June Foster, Donald DeVries, Shirley Garrison, John Donahue, Dorofhy Gordon, Mary Lou Burton, Jim Morand, Fourih row: Barbara Zenz, Shirley Rockwell, Ed Dietz, Pat Frey, Joyce Sheridan, Sali White, Jean Black, Marian Murray, and Mr. Labuhn. TOWN MEETING OF THE AIR4F1rsl row: Don DeVries, Marguerite Buckley, Henry Elsner, Roger Carr, Barbara Zenz, Louise Beck- ner, Arnold Stein, Second row: Dean Froelich, Leonard Fisher, Jeanneife Chorbonneou, Alfredo Cole, Conrad Mason, Jack Sfeli, Ronnie Lindow, Ronnie Jackson, Third row: Jim Rock, John Dona- hue, Howell Eurich, Bill Maple, Chrisfine Carvunaris, Marion Mur- ray, Pafricio Ronson, Mrs. Pfeiffer, Fourth row: Mary Lau Bur- fon, Don Hearn, Bob Randell, Del Towers, Dolores Meyer, Dan Dueweke. D.O.T.A.S,-First row: Evelynn McArtor, Phyliss Ploppert, Dick Pie- lech, Camille Schoofl, Don Dueweke, Max Glann, Vera B. Pfeiffer, Marion Lemanskig Second row: Bernice Dohran, Nancy Bruck, Marilyn Bolicl, Sheldon Shapero, Bruce Wylie, William Maas, Jaan Larry, Joyce Lansky, Joyce Robarge. DRAMA CLUB-First raw: Betty Burge, Gloria Heftel, Calvin Hayes, Betty Straehle, Leonard Fisher, Martha Blanchard, Dean Froehlich, Betty Wilhelm, Miss Cover, Second raw: Barbara Reeve, Howell Enrich, Barbara Galbraith, Peggy Perry, Don DeVries, Jean Joswick, Jeannette Charbonneau, Cindy Palmer, Ronnie Jackson, Joan lennoni Third raw: Helen Buhl, Dorothy Heck, Sue Ann Briegel, Shirley Garrison, Gloria Hahn, Marilyn Hertel, Harriett Montgomery, Lorraine Stachecki, Violet Voiltos, Fourth row: Arnold Stein, Luis Ybarrondo, June Mills, Joanne Bald, Joan Deary, Karl John, Beverly Berry, Lillian Biggerstalt, Maureen Cameron, .loan Daniels, Mary Jane Anderson. First ighter Remember the night when the lights in the Opera House" dimmed and the first act of "PygmaIian" began' Howell Eurich and Lenny Fisher spouting off that Iimey tongue like water off a duck's back: the smooth, sophisti- cation of Calvin Hayes in the role of Colonel Pickering: the ugly cluckling transformation by Peggy Perry and Betty Wil- helm in their portrayal at Eliza-all were contributing factors in making this "opening night" hard to forget. We hope that the stalwart members of the Drama Club will continue to bring down the house in the years to come. The play was another success, destined to rank high among the club's other great achievements. Everyone knows that a good play cannot be a success without cooperation-the actors and actresses must work closely and efficiently with the stage hands. Without this cooperation, not even the old Punch and Judy shows could please their audiences. The Denby Drama Club has this spirit of cooper- ation and the feeling of ic :lk rf a f , working harmoniously to- "l Y 5 , . . xl f gether-in their formula ,. for great stage produc- r X il tx I t'ons. f A lv fvl ml W' X I g V -, Q x . ' Y y. W 2 Ig, F' 59 lip, s v.N 33,1 hx ,Ali , fi ,i,i..'-. QL "JI 7' -7" - -'44 "QB k Q., 1 50,7 o ,L.,57a,1E.,,vn I 9. ei , ' I, , rf, f-ff 1 192 1 ' X-ef - f ' ,wx f. .fcigii ' tix cs in 57 "DENBY ON THE AlR" CLUB-Rose Marie Hauler, Gloria Jean Clyma, Barbara Smiflx, Julia Oliva, Ruilu Voighi. CIRCULO ESPANOI.-First row: Shirley Squires, Marilyn Blalchford, Leonor McAIpine, Alfredo Cole, Second row: Rose Marie Requenas, Ruih Courage, Nancy Weaver, Pat Helliwell, Barbara Ream, Pa? Reed. MIKE CLUB-Firsf row: Janet Trevifllick, Marilyn Bolicl, Madge Hinding, Barbara Hengebelcl, Madeleine Fay, Second row: Anne Fiala, Norma James, Marlene Beierman, Norma Rigney, Carrying on interesting ex- perimental work outside of class hours are members of the Biology and Science Clubs. SCIENCE ClUB-First row: Marguerite Buckley, Arnold Stein, Joyce Delaney, Mr. Vaughan, Leroy Schigoda, Robert Boadway, Cindy Palmer: Second row: John Porter, Roger Nelson, George Beck, Gerald Stiehler, Jim Whitman, Don Van De Vurst, John Slack, Charles Jacob. -r'f,Q, If k A all W 11 w-uf GR SHOPPEIZ AJ - HRBIT ENWR .1 ll X X y DSQVQN MQ! V li' Wgliv, V 1 mi ff, K Q, nf a ., -fi? , 1 JI xl A V1 3 ' -NT 0 W ,--- I' VI al' I lyu' X-. 2l"'l'FslWl . X I e I W AY Vx., r 11 F N m, l.,l. 49 xy, - 1 ll 'Q 'Qu -LW 'lf lil A 'Ll' X l - 'Ml A 4 l wlrllll - l '7'7', , , ' l BIOLOGY CLUB-First row: Dr. Povah, Kathryn Beke, Marietta Christolls, Hildegarcl Dvnnbler, Karl John, Second row: Frank Kroger, Allan Ben- nett, John Slack, Charles Paetzke, Basil Considine, Rex Ciavola. M" 59 Alumni President ALUMNI EXECUTIVE BOARD-Margaret King, loreene Geralds, Anna Hengesbach, Helen Archambuulfp Sfanding: John Nach, Richard Roney, Warren Archumbouli, fMember no! in pidure, Paul KeiIh.j Richard Runey, Class of June, 1939 0 I 746 sm., amz, ' CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO ATTEND THE 'I948 JUNE PROM SATURDAY, THE TWENTY-SIXTH OF JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT FROM NINE TO ONE Girls: formal Boys: business suits, Iux, uniform Three sixly per couple, Iax included RECEIVING LINE PLANNING GRAND PROM MARC H sg? fxggeflf House Presidenl . Vice-Presidenf . Secretory , Treasurer . President . . Vice-President . Secreiary . , Treasurer . . Social Chairman President . . Vice-President . fficer 102 A. M. . .... . Pa? Helliwell . Gloria Hahn . . Gloria Heffel . . . . . , Nancy Groesbeck 202 A. M. . . . . . . . Rufl1Courage . Martha Blanchard . Dolores Calvert . Olga Conlalupo . Joan Evans 302 A. M. . . . . . . Marianne Singler . Johanna Wachiler Secretary ........ Charlene Von Vleif CONFERENCE N0. 'I A.M. President ....,.... Jeanehe Morgan Secrefa ry . . .lune McCracken Presid ent . Vice-President , Secrelo ry . Treosu rer . P resid enf . . Vice-Presicleni . Secrefary . . Treosu rer . . Social Chairman President. . . . Vice-President . Secretary . . Presid ent . Secretory . Treasurer . . Social Chairman M. M. P. M. P. M. . Lois Greissel Mariorie Flaheriy . Pot Gendron . Sheila Gordon . Helen Collins . Marlene Appel . . Pai sligh . Mary J. Ball . Merilyn Baker . Barbara Smilh Connie Slormer . Joan Switzer . . Irene Roy Barbara Morris . Shirley Ruih Virginia Marfislno JUNIOR RED CROSS-'First row: Mariorie Whitmore, Anne Fialag Second row: Marion Geisler, Madeleine d a Mae Love. In the Gibson-girl age, taffy pulls were the rage. Now the members of the Home Economic's Club specialize in all kinds of food --they probably even know how to pull taffy! These girls are the home-makers of tomorrow who are preparing for the future, today. They wear the same aprons the girls of yesterday wore, but underneath the frills there is an attitude of grim determination. They are learning to pre- pare food that someday their families will have to eat-and that's a big responsibility! HOME ECONOMICS CLUB-First row: N. Rimmell, K. Sewa, Catherine Coyeos, Aud th El row: Donna Fiori, Dorothy Calloway, Dorothy Gordon, Marion Schroeder. AD CLUB-First raw: Harry Alexon, Helen Ryberg, Gloria Sand- erson, Lois Wilkinson, Marilyn Sivil, Mildred Knapp, Gilbert Connor: Second row: Carol Horstrnon, Joyce Lambert, Sharon Helgesan, Barbara Browning, Dorothy Koslowsky, Rebecca lamb: Third row: Bill Cauley, Frank Frontiera, Don Czerwinski, Ken Kaeppen, Ted Tonkoshkur, Matt Litwaitis, Bob Brandt, Jack Crichton. NURSING CLUB-First row: Joanne Bittern, Suzanne Foraker, Jean Steffes, Barbara Flowers: Second row: Put Sheridan, Donna Brock, Sylvia Defever, Jaan Engquist, Frances Hockey. OPERATORS' CLUB-First row: Jean SietTes, Chuck Dawson, Pot Teschke, Richard Siemozsko, Frances Saccoman, Frederick E, Junker, Jackie Stein, Donald Fourtney, Millicent Sutliff, Charles Firestine, Second row: Joanne Hines, Dave Vanover, Lorna Hickey, Ivan Pokrefky, Joanne Bittern, Richard Goldie, Jayce Bundy, Bill Sellke, Rosanna Waggener, Willard Moshimer, Shir- ley Sutter, Third row: Stanley Koenke, Carol Kuhlman, Bob Frost, Madge Hinding, Bob Askew, Madeleine Foy, Ed Schumaker, Pat Smith, Edwin Heupel, Mary Ann Becker, Jim Baker, Jane Bittern, James Martyn, Fourth row: Barbara Nagel, Louise Wahl, Mr. labuhn, Milly Schiele, Richard Bird, Pa? Miller, Mary Aceti, Arthur Habriotte, Danna HolTmeyer, Rudy Jefzke, lla Wiley, Jack Burrell, Janet Trombley, Marvin Ott, Jane Trombley. Work is a great asset to human life. It gives men the feeling of responsibility and dignity. It can be ianitorial work or mechanical-handling a successful party also needs the work cooperation of everyone involved. Above all, work is the moral duty of all the citizens in the world. -V ',,f ,'..X rg 7, "0 3 wx .93 I Z wig I 1 , , I I HIT iii. . i s . ff f f Q if ff- fl X 315-ef , j ly JW l, If 1 ' 4' 4' 'ffw fl! ls e- as I ,-,f-xl N' fl' X -- ,L ss ' " E x Q X' 4 Z? , f., 19 IH II7 SPURTS it hamp During the past years, Mr. Stout has produced an all- city football team. In return for his efforts, a beautiful trophy was given to Denby and it lies in the trophy case for all Den- byites to see. Next year, our able coach will produce another victorious team and bestow the name of City Champs again to Denby. First row: Dave Tyler, Terry Plesio, Student Manager .lack Chuck Schliecler, Fred Taylor, John Caroline, Paul Sarienius, Byrd, Bob Bosco, Harry Leveteny Second row: Dave Donnelly, Bauman, Bill Damm Norm Wan Joe Beel Ronnie Belle 1 91 1 I Rigney, Jerry lwig, Third row: Phil West, Steve Wagner, Rice, Will Keinsmack, Fred McMurray, Ray Kosmackp Fourth Stelt, Dick Don Don Bert row: Bill Rice, Al Smith, Don Machamer, Howard Hurley, Bruno Boel- ster, Roger Palmenter, Ed Bunlon, Len Desloover, Richard Fannin, Vic Gasser, Al Pryzelski, Dick Koster, Roy Taborski, Ray Korsen Ron Tuck, Fifth row: Ralph Peck, Joe Hartmen, Dick English, Leon Blyle, Jim Singley, Bud Dui, Dick Rocheleu, Tom Mills. 66 The husky men of the football team brought glory to Denby this year when they fought their way to the top, leaving very little to be improved upon. School spirit rose to greatest heights when we cap- tured the city cham- pionship after a vigor- ous game with Redford. Our illustrious tars are men to be avoided when they come crash- ing through that line. The pigskin - pushers aren't all brawn, how- ever. They play intelli- gently and in the most sportsmanlike manner. We're proud of you, too, and give you a snappy salute. You're commanders of the gridiron. Football Although the female is supposed to be the weaker sex, First row: Barbara Garmen, Anna Fein, Ruth Ulmer, Beverly Burke, Barbara Piel, Marilyn Mosier, Pat Hugh man, Joan Guldenp Second row: Nancy Groesbeck, Mary Ballou, Nancy Pillsbury, Josephine Weitzman Marge Malone, Ellen Eger, Rose Russo, Charlene Van Vliet, Joyce Nieven, Betty Edgington, Kay McMicking Harriett Montgomery: Third row: Margaret Shuster, Dora Gazell, Judy Kennedy, Jaan Rexon, Camille Schott Danna Reed, Roberta Brown, Fourth row: Hedy Zetler, Dolly Kinberling, Beverly Bell, Armen Boyle. "B plashl' they were not outshown in their accomplishments in the pool this last year. Their points were balanced on the heavy end of the scale as they conquered many teams throughout the season. Our swimming mermaids have come through another season with flashing fins. Scores like these make them truly a credit to Denby. Denby 77 Highland Park 43 Denby 85 Northeastern 20 Denby 72 Southeastern 48 9 ' r in l Boys Swlm Team Sailors should be perfectly at home in the water and on the land. They are certainly at home in the water-whether it's chlorinated, salt, or dis- tilled. Our gulping guppies proved this point every time they won an honor this year. Y' vf f fl ' so J Xfl T, J if rg, ii 4"5 ,af l il ',,..: Q- -1 js p ' Z, 1 f "ft 1 Z 7 A' 4 '1 X xx I V nl ell, X 1 ' Xx X I I If Lk ,WA 'x F n- f 'L 1 f f 1 4' v V I , Vi t K First row: Clive King, Jack Hughes, Bob Luxon, Art Piel, Captain Jim Weitzman, Art Krclikowski, Ed Bay- llne, Bill Lenz, Joe Walters, Second low: Bob Lutz, Harald Leach, Kennie Kern, Basil Considine, Art Burns, Don Bouschor, Eugene Sunderman, Bob Forton, Kay Pangborn, Ed Colbothp Third row: Bob Frost, Fred Seuly, Bob Frost, Dick Mette, Al Young, Ken Prevost, Phil Janzito, Jim Gardner, Sam Gallia QManagerJ. 69 First row: Evelyn Challis, Solli White, Barbara McGowan, Joyce Smith, Lois Scholtz, Mariorie Freeman Second row: Judy Lutz, Betty Wilkins, Gloria Schepke, Jackie Gary, Nancy Mann, Ingebore Mai, Third row Pat Saile, Gloria Hahn, Martha Schamburger, Dawn Ballon, Mary Freda, Jean Bauman, Roberta Barton Carol Hamp, Barbara Shepard, Fourth row: Roberta Hupt, Marilyn Granning, Janet Foley. irls' Basketball Our Denby girls know the difference between a laundry basket, a shopping basket, and the kind of basket you make with a basketball. The scores of their games this year have given ample proof of this fact. Denby 33 Northeastern 'I8 Denby I7 Southeastern 26 Denby 27 Eastern ll Denby 29 Pershing l'I Denby 20 Dominican 24 Denby 26 Dominican 22 The tense moments before each game are well rewarded by the feeling of exultation they experience when their team sinks the basket that brings them two points ahead of their opponents. First row: l. T. Stark, Dave Tyler, Jim Weitzmann, lim Griffin, Joe Beel, Norm Wang, Art Piel, Ron Bell, Jack Hughes, Ed Boylineg Second row: Art Krolikowski, Rudi Breuning, Roger Martin, Del Lang, Ed Stone, Harry Sellors, Al DeManigold, Bill Lenz, Angelo Ret, Larry Walter, Third row: Tony Femminineo, Joe Wal- ters, Clive King, John Kotlork, Carmen DeSantis, Rudy Jelzke, Ken Nyquist, Bob luxon, Don Keller, Dick lslre, John Reap Fourth row: Bruno Boelstler, Ted Dunn, Phil Janzito, Ed Colbath, Ralph Peck, Joe Hartmann, Dick Mebus, Leonard Desloover, Jim Gardiner, One of the newest additions to our school was the beautiful glass trophy case that now modernizes the back hall of the second floor. Bill Feltner accepted the case in the name of the school and it is now filled 1 lj, with the silver and gold cups that symbolize Denby's u athletic prowess. lt also contains a worn football that is close to the hearts of'aII the members of the football fedlfl. ' i TRACK TEAM MEMBERS-Firsi row: Tony Cusenza, Larry Walters, Elmo Glinnen, Howard Hurley, Roger Parlmentierp Third raw: Coach Ernest Walters, Dick Vogh, Bruno Boelstler, Hurry Levvinton, Mel Hopkins, Ed linharf, Ken Nyquist, Ralph Peck: Second row: John Kotlark, Mel Palmer, Jim Nichols, Dick Zanazerksi, Jim Moorcraft, Rudy Jetszki, Chuck Mc- Jack Heinmam Fifth row: Chuck Bosik, Dick Panin, Del Long. Wuesfhofl, Ted Dunn, Bob Luxon, Bob Griliin, John Ford, Fourth row: Our thinclads again attained an hon- orable place on the winners' roster dur- Q ing the track season this year. Several fi members of the track team placed in K D the all-city events. . - Our baseball team has talent galore ' 1,2 this year. Its members have played My D positions on teams throughout the city 'I , Q and will now be consolidated into one rv Q, l well-balanced and experienced group -'- of players. BASEBALL, 1948-Firstrow: Al Przbilski, Bob Schevenin, Ron- ler. Tony Feminineo, Dick English, Bob Schultz: Third row: nie Rae, Ed Stone, Del Lang, Roger Martin, Dick Panin, Second Harold Gott, Anthony Scally, len Branch, Dick Koster, Gerard row: L. T. Stout, John Rea, Herb Schultz, Don Haase, Tom Kel- Phiel, Bob Porter. 73 First row: Nancy Sipe, Jerry Lamborn, Mary Kanellos, Marleen Bodenhagen, Maxine Wolfe, Gerry Williams, Suzanne Foralner: Second row: Barbara McGowan, Ingeborg Mai, Milly Schiele, Jean Freshaur, Carolyn Radtke, Marian Hartmeyer, Pat Saile, Carol Hump, Ann Black, Third row: Metta Van lttersum, Pat Helliwell, Joyce Smith, Mary Freda, G. A. A. Teamwork is necessary to the formation of a well- rounded character. The product of the G. A. A. is a strong, healthy, happy, first class girl-a girl Denby can be proud of. Each fall the board sponsors the "Freshie FroIic". The gathering serves to acquaint the apprentice sea- men of Denby with each other and the health depart- ment. This year the Frolic turned out to be a success as usual. Do our Denby girls hang up their pantaloons and hoop skirts to take up their sewing after school? No, sir! After hours the Denby girls go out for play in a big way. They flash those bril- liant golden "D's" as a result of their numerous athletic activities. In sports, as in almost everything, our gals deserve rating as admi- rals. They're tops! Pershing 0 Denby 2 S'eastern 3 Denby 0 Hamtramck 0 Denby 0 Dominican 'I Denby 4 Dominican I Denby 0 -rf ZW ' X 9' YZ, Heyy Jr: .sag u df Vs.-2:4 K ' , ii N ' I X 1 . g A I ' jg, if If ' x x D ,, X, do A X ,,yr 3 f ' 1 , 'lf !,f Si, Q., l ,V I . X. X . M ff f 1 f" f ' . ff ' X H y , y.- 1- f A A , F y S, y X l ,sv A .ff , ! X-rx, "-'L ., 4' Q XL' ' fa :EEISEZ ' ' 5 A ff X-0' f i EEEEEEEEE5' A42 '4' - 1 Y fl' ,ff-" is 1: '-'-J. 'X ff fan- X J it JI ff -X , , ' , .'x A xiii. . W F akkgv ,als A gas Q, .gm Q sh , 3' il Q ms 'fy Q' if A' tv J qu 1.9 DW Sign Here Compliments of DENBY MOTHERS' CLUB and best wishes tor the future success of the 1948 graduation class. The DENBY MOTHERS' CLUB donated time and ettort to make your high school years more enjoyable. The high school dances will in all probability remain one ot your pleasant memories. These dances are spon- sored, operated and chaperoned by the Mothers' Club and provide the wholesome social activities so rnuch needed by the youth ot our community. All proceeds trom these dances are used to improve the educational and social tacilities of the school. In addition to other contributions, the Mathers' Club provides scholarships and student aid, and parti- cipates in organizations working for civic improve- ments in our community. J! yang gnfering comp O qualified girls who are entering college to prepare for a business career, Michigan Bell offers a special plan of summer and Christmas vacation work. The plan enables qualihed girls, who definitely plan to work for Michigan Bell after they have obtained their college degree, to obtain necessary experience in our specialized field prior to graduation from college. lf you are planning a business career for yourself after completing college, we cordially invite you to drop by the Employment Office and discuss our college plan with us. EMPLOYMENT OFFICE HOURS MONDAY through FRIDAY- 8:30 lo 5:00 WllilllllllllllllllllllllllllHIHIIUllllllllllllllllllllllllllll .fd Jrzencl y ,O ace f ' f f 'MJ L MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY 1365 cAss AVENUE anlllIIlllIIlllIIlllI1luIIu1III1IninIinnm1in1nunmnnIn1II11In1In1numumrmmmmnnmuin1nuunllImu1inun1mx1ni1Iii1inIIIIIIl1IIInnnnuummunnnn Q Qfdveufzne Round the next corner and in the next street Adventure lies in waitfor you. 0h.' who can tell what you may meet Round the next corner and in the nm-t street? Could fe be anything hut sweet When all is hazardous and new Round the next corner and in the next street? Adventure lies in wait-for you. flf. l". N. Sr-uvll We sineerely hope all your adventures will be wholly pleasant. lf you were to ask those who graduated, one, five, ten or iifteen years or more ago, we rather think they would tell you that both your adventures and your ventures will be more pleasant and more profitable when you have a bank account. You will never be sorry if you save. It is never too early or too late to start a bank account with us-but for you the sooner, of course, the better. ATIO AL BA K OF DETROIT Cornplr-'le Bunlfing mul Trust Sertrire 31 Banking Offices Member Frrlvral Ik-,mail I nenmnre Corporal n PAUL REMER The Prescription Pharmacy and Surgical Appliances 13616-13644 GRATIOT AT 6 MILE ROAD Telephone Plngree 5039 HElNRICH'S BAKERY "The Peak of Quality in Baked Goods" Plngree 4890 Detrbit 5, Michigan 13532 GRATIOT Plngree 2203 Pltospect 7130 TU. 1-9860 JOHN F- HAMILTON HARPER GUILFORD SERVICE Real Estate 11217 Morang Road COfTlf'Y1el'CIGI Bulldel' Den-git 24, Michigan 17221 HARPER AVE. Compliments of JAY and ZEE GRILL 16819 HARPER AVE. Phone TUxedo 1-1174 VOGUE DRUGS 16953 HARPER, Corner HARVARD Detroit 24, Michigan TU. 1-2880 HARPER VOGUE RADIO and CAMERA SHOP Victor RECORDS Decca 16945 HARPER AVE. SCHMITT'S Cleaners - Tailors PI. 1898 12325 Gratiot Ave. Compliments of BELLOLI'S Fine Footwear 11706 WHITTIER, nr. KELLY RD. PR. 8178 Has been your neighbor for 18 years D. M. MARSHALL Real Estate - Broker - Insurance 12801 Gratiot Ave. Plngree 1810 Plngree 1580 HARTMAN'S FLOWERS 13054 GRA'r1o1' TU. 1-3242 J. J. MCDONNELL, DRUGS 16636 Harpear near Yorkshire Detroit 24, Michigan Phone AR. 9330 Hi-Speed Gas Pure Oil Products MACY'S SUPER SERVICE 16060 MOROSS tE. 7 MILE RDJ Near Kelly Road TOWING SERVICE SUPERIOR UPHOLSTERING CO. Fine Furniture Upholstering - Repairing H. W. Klornp, Prop. IGNITION 12916-zo Gratiot Ave Owned and Operated by CARBURETOR - - ' Harry, Robert and Ernest MacyBRAKE SERVICE Phone Plngree 7118 Detroit 5' Mich' WALBY'S Great Lakes Paints Complete Line of 1948 Wallpaper WINDOW SHADES - HOUSEHOLD GOODS 13940 Gratiot Plngree 5838 PI NCUS DRUGS 11344 whmier AR. 2990 1 1 ODAY, Aladdin's genii would have first-class inferiority complexes. The trouble? There are so many man-made wonders to show them up as "bushers" in the Nliracle League. Could any amount of lamp rubbing produce, for example, such out-of-this-world things as: the electron microscope, germ-killing lamps, jet planes or the electric eye? They've also switched radar from the battlefield to the kitchen in a dingus which will roast a hot dog, or broil a steak, before you can draw a cup of coffee to go with it. lt's enough to give any Class A genie a nervous breakdown. And, as always, there are two schools of thought on where we go from here. One is the ably represented by those like Nlr. Henry L. Ellsworth, one-time U. S. Commissioner of Patents who in IX44 stated that man had reached 9 end of his creative ability! There's another, larger school, thank goodness, which holds that we are only crossing the threshold of man's creativeness . . . only beginning to sense the bountiful world ahead. Which school are you graduating into? f Achieving A Career Training in the day and evening schools of The Business Institute has enabled thousands of young people to secure desirable positions. Those who display industry and initiative soon advance to management responsibilities - in credit, advertising, traffic, sales, or other departments. Courses offered include Secretarial, Shorthand, Stenograph, Accounting, Business Administration, Comptometer and Calculating Machines, and Typewriting. Employment opportunities being referred to our Employment Department exceed the number of graduates more than two hundred per cent. Schools at 220 Bagley fMichigan Theatre Buildingj - at 5040 Joy Road, near Grand River - also in Pontiac. THE BUSINESS INSTITUTE lThe Business In t tute is incorporated under the Educational Acts of the State of Michigan as a "Class A Col- lege, empowered to grant degrees."J Visit our most convenient location, or telephone RAndolph 6534 for prospectus and illustrated catalog, "Your Tomorrow." We CONGRATULATE THE GRADUATE OF THE CLASS OF JUNE, i948 - ALSO We TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO THANK THE STUDENTS AND FACULTY FOR THEIR LOYAL SUPPORT Kis Store 12901 Kelly Road Nom Open 7:30 A.M. to 11 P.M. Monday Through Saturday B 81 W CAMERA 81 CARD SHOP Cameras Supplies Greeting Cards View Masters and Reels Film Library WE DO OUR OWN PHOTO FINISHING 12236 Gratiot AR.. 2620 Walsh Institute of Accountancy was organized more than a quarter century ago to teach nation- ally recognized Pace Courses in Accountancy and Business Administration. As a specialist in this field Walsh has demonstrated through the sucess of its students that specialization pays. High school graduates who prepare themselves in Accountancy can look forward to continuing employment with many and varied opportunities for advancement to positions of trust and respon- sibility at good salaries. Registration for fall classes in day or evening school begins on June 1, 1948. Fall classes will begin September 13, 1948. Registration should be made as early as possible to secure a class place. WALSH INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANCY A Professional School of Accountancy and Business Administration 120 Madison Avenue, Detroit 26, Michigan Telephone CAdilla.c 5136 OUR 28TH YEAR OF FINE DRY CLEANING SHEPLER'S, INC. Harper and Grayton Rd. TU. 1-1900 Best Wishes for SUCCESS in every VENTURE WRIGLEY'S SUPER MARKETS 22 Stores to Serve You Theres One in Your Neighborhood SNYDER'S DRUG STORE 12450 Morang Road Complete Prescription Service "When health is in the balance, there can be no compromise with Qualityf' TUxedo 1-3242 "Just A Good Drug Stolren J. J. 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